Applicants from all over the World are invited to become a part of the International T W Adams Scholarship in Forestry, funded by the University of Canterbury.
This Award is open to interested students from all around the World for the academic year 2020-2021.
The Scholarship Program encourages academically excellent students, who are seeking to commence a Masters or PhD Degree Program, at the School of Forestry in New Zealand.
About The Awarding Institution
The University of Canterbury was established in the year 1873, and is New Zealand’s second oldest University. Since its establishment, UC has produced graduates who have gone on to become World Leaders in their fields.
UC is an Institution that is committed to continuing this tradition of excellence, and to developing tomorrow’s leaders.
The University operates field stations in Cass, Kawatiri Westport, Harihari, the sub-Antarctic Snares Islands, and Antarctica; and Aotearoa New Zealand’s premier astronomical research facility at Ōtehīwai Mount John, Takapō Tekapo, famous for its clear southern skies.
These facilities mean that UC offers incredible research opportunities in the field, that no other New Zealand University can match.
Why You Should Study Here
The Academic Staff at UC are always pushing the boundaries by asking “What if?”.
They put inquiry and discovery at the centre of the educational process, as all UC Teaching programmes are research-based.
UC’s academic staff includes Business, Government, and Community Leaders, who are at the forefront of knowledge in their fields. They are actively involved in research and publishing in their areas of expertise.
The University provides a variety of services, based on your needs as a student, graduate, employer, or academic.
At UC you have a chance to get Professional Learning Opportunities, career guidance, and employment services.
UC has a number of field leading academics on staff, and is enhanced by a number of outstanding international professors, lecturers, and researchers, who visit each year on our staff exchange programmes.
You may be taught by academic staff from the Universities of Oxford or Cambridge as well as other top universities.
International T W Adams Scholarship
Awarding University: University of Canterbury
Course Level of Study: Master and PhD
Access Mode: Online (Application process is carried out online)
Required Nationality: International (Interested applicants from all parts of the world are eligible to apply)
Deadline for the Application: November 1, 2020
What Determines Eligibility?
Applications are welcomed from candidates of all Nationalities.
Acceptable Course of Study: The International T W Adams Scholarship in Forestry is available for candidates, seeking to take on a Master’s or PhD Coursework, in the field of Forestry Science.
In order to be deemed eligible, the applicants must meet the following criteria:
The interested candidate must be accepted for enrollment in MSc or PhD.
Applicants must have a previous year Degree.
How You Can Apply
In order to be enlisted in this Educational program, you are recommended to take admission in the MSc or PhD in the School of Forestry.
After receiving the enrollment, you will have to submit the online application for the opportunity.
Required Documents: All interested applicants are required to submit a CV, academic certificates, and transcripts with their applications.
To be able to qualify for an admission at the University, applicants must meet the entry requirements of the program.
Applicants from outside the Home Country will often need to meet specific English language requirements in order to be able to study at the University.
Benefits Of The Award
The University of Canterbury will provide an Award of $5,000 to the selected participants to contribute towards a living allowance and tuition fees for the academic year 2020-2021.